The Fourth Edition
of The Law of Banking and Financial Institutions
brings exciting renovations to a classic casebook. Comprehensive updating is just the beginning. The authors have expanded the old structure to include more coverage of non-bank financial institutions, such as insurance companies and mutual funds. Other topics have been reorganized to reflect modern trends. Visual aids--virtual windows, for visual learners--have been added to clarify concepts and reinforce text. And finally, engaging problem exercises have been added to create a more dynamic learning environment.
Tried-and-true features of The Law of Banking and Financial Institutions:
- clear, concise explanations that simplify and clarify a complex field of law
- lively and interesting note material and provocative discussion questions
- careful selection and judicious editing of cases
- fun problem sets, at graduating levels of difficulty, that reinforce concepts and give students practice applying law to specific facts
- critical analysis of the unifying features of each topic from an economic perspective
Featured in the Fourth Edition:
- coverage of non-bank financial institutions, such as insurance companies and mutual funds
- expanded and updated treatment of bank/nonblank combinations under the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act
- unified organization of financial institutions, rather than focusing on depository institutions separately
- generous use of tables to clarify concepts and promote understanding
If you haven't seen the Fourth Edition, you haven't seen The Law of Banking and Financial Institutions. Come; take a look at the expanded coverage, updated organization, problem sets, examples, and visual aids that constitute an important renovation of this classic edifice.